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  1. Zenith432

    VoodooHDA with fix for random KP

    Link VoodooHDA 2.8.2d6. Edit [Jan 29 2013]: Uploaded fresh build - v2.8.2d6 from branches/zdev@r86. Main changes are Shows channel types in Sound preference Pane. InhibitCache=false setting is safe now with ATI & Nvidia controllers, and probably also works with most HDA controllers. Updated HDA & Codec lists. Minor fix to MSI interrupt handling. Older builds below Link VoodooHDA 2.8.1. Edit [Jan 13 2013]: Uploaded rebuild of 2.8.1 to fix regression described in post #10. There was a conflict with AppleHDA.kext. [They can coexist now.] Edit [Jan 11 2013]: Uploaded rebuild of 2.8.1 with Improvement for the delay at audio start. Default sample rates are limited to 48KHz. Edit [Jan 8 2013]: Rev 2.8.1 built from r78. Fixes some problems mentioned in svn check-in comments for r76-r78 following problems some issues with data safely for multi-HDA-controller support. panic when verbose level set to 2. Updating of prefPane volume knob and settings at bottom of window. Setting InhibitCache=false in Info.plist now really enables caching. [Note: keep this value at true if caching causes problems.] Low volume after sleep (now all mixer settings restored.) Updated were VoodooHDA.kext (2.8.1) and VoodooHDA.prefPane (1.2.1). Edit [Jan 6 2013]: Slice has released 2.8.0, with bug fix and improvements to the codec component inter-connection algorithm. Output now mixes PCM and inputs from microphone/line-in. Some audio feedback loops are eliminated. Built from r75. Link VoodooHDA 2.7.6. Edit [Jan 3 2013]: New version based on r73. All component now support systems with multiple HDA controllers. This is useful for people who have a 2nd HDA controller providing HDMI audio on a video card. prefPane has a new selector for choosing HDA controller to configure. Saves settings for all HDA controllers. SettingsLoader loads settings for all HDA controllers. Format of settings file has been changed (to support multiple HDA), and is now stored in ~/Library/Preferences/VoodooHDA.settings.plist. If you have previous settings you'd like to keep, run VoodooHdaSettingsLoader once before running the prefPane. This will upgrade your old settings file (VoodooHDA.settings in same location) to the new format. VoodooHDA.kext is now safe for multiple instances and getdump dumps codecs from all of them. OS 10.6 and above. I left the old build below for people who don't need multiple HDA support. Link VoodooHDA 2.7.6d2. I fixed a bug in VoodooHDA that was causing random KPs during startup, built a fresh version and uploaded. Package Contains: Fresh of build VoodooHDA.kext with bugfix. Should work on OS 10.6 and above. Built from r70, versioned 2.7.6d2. [install in /S/L/E] Fresh build of VoodooHDA.prefPane. [install in ~/Library/PreferencePanes] VoodooHdaSettingsLoader from sourceforge. fresh build of getdump (r70), modified to dump codecs from all HDA controllers in the system. Edit [12/27/2012]: Fix + getdump were incorporated into r69 by slice. Edit [1/1/2013]: Fixed 2nd potential KP found by neurostatic (posts #2, #4), incorporated into r70.
  2. I wrote a simple tool for AppleHDA.kext in Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and Lion 10.7. It was designed for quick sound repair after update, without any rollbacks. It allows you to insert your own layout and Platforms xml files. It has also binpatch support. It will set permissions, rebuild cache and prelink kernel. It has drag and drop support. It will not create any files, it will only help you to install them. You still need a DSDT patch, or HDAEnabler.kext with proper LayoutID. Mountain Lion version: http://www.insanelym...-lion-108-beta/ Download link: http://dl.dropbox.co...d/download.html Edit: I don't have time to develop this app. It wasn't really popular anyway. I only needed a quick tool to put Platforms into correct place (ALC262 doesn't need any binpatch). I published source code. Maybe somebody will use it to give community more tools. I know that source code isn't perfect, but I made this tool a long time ago, and since then I haven't seen a point in rewriting it. Feel free to use it in your open source tools. HDAW_Source.zip
  3. Slice

    VoodooHDA with AC3 support

    There are several users claim that recent VoodooHDA 2.8.7 panics when AC3 sound output on Digital connector (SPDIF or HDMI). As well they said that version 2.7.4 works without KP. I have both sources and want to make the better driver. I need testings. There are "working" version 2.7.4 and "non-working" 2.8.8-test. Pay attention on info.plist: InhibitCache = true/false Noise = 0 .. 15 Boost = 0/1/2 Please report, what is happen. PS: My comp has no such problem RESOLVED! #3 EDITED: old downloads removed. See below. getdump.zip VoodooHdaSettingsLoader.app.zip
  4. everart

    Problem with ALC271X

    Hi guys! I have my acer 4739, I3 370m, audio ALC271X. I am using El captain 10.11.6 and I got everything working very good after install the system but, my audio it is killing me. I already tried everything I can but I am stuck! I don't no what to do!! If someone can help me here God bless you!! because I am F.... with this problem. card0-codec#0.txt SSDT.aml.zip IORegistry.zip DSDT.aml.zip config.plist.zip
  5. So after I installed my Graphics Kext for my HD Radeon 3200 on snow leopard, everything went find but my mouse is this glitchy image shown in attachment. The only way for the cursor to show up is if I enlarge to a very large size and yet it will still revert to its glitchy image when the cursor is not moving. (Also anyone know how to get Realtek High definition Audio working in Snow leopard let me know pls)
  6. Andy Vandijck

    HDA Wizard updated for Yosemite

    I decided to update HDA Wizard to the latest version of Mac OS X. Deprecation free!!! Project and downloads: https://github.com/andyvand/HDAWizard Built version is under Build/Release Enjoy EDIT: Decided to attach also the .zip file here HDAWizard-Yosemite.zip
  7. Hi, I recently began turning a pretty good Windows laptop into a Hackbook, but I've run into a problem that has me completely stumped. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get audio working. Apparently, this laptop uses Intel HDA instead of any Realtek ALC, and since I can't find out any more than "Its Intel HDA", I don't know where to start for a fix. Attached will be my vanilla DSDT (since I have no idea how to patch them), the hex values that my device manager returns, and my config.plist. Hex values: Audio Device: 0x80860A0C - Sub Device: 0x1179F900 Audio Device: 0x80869C20 - Sub Device: 0x1179F909 Config.plist and DSDT.aml: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1b66y4nic4fw923/AAA_qEgSdlJQubuezNfLNDLoa?dl=0
  8. Stormbringer

    ALC888 + ICH 7

    Hi everyone! I'v read a lot of topics, HCLs, guides, etc. on ALC888 + ICH7, tried dozens of kexts, DSDT patches, but... I haven't found any solution for ALC888 + ICH 7 except VoodooHDA. Then, I decided to find a more logical and clear way to solve this problem, that's why I'm starting this topic. What do I have: 1. I've got MSI 945 Neo5-F mobo (i945GC) http://www.msi.com/p...ml#/?div=Detail. 2. All drivers are up-to-date (intel chipset inf, nvidia, realtek hda, realtek GBE). Windows 7 x32 fully functional, all items in Device Manager recognized and set up correctly. 3. Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion fully functional almost "out-of-the-box" ([url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] + [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] + Chameleon, no user DSDT), except sound ( What I've made: 1. I've extracted dsdt.dsl via AIDA64 under Windows 7 32-bit, files are attached (acpi_dsdt.zip). 2. There's no AZAL or HDEF section in my decompiled dsdt.dsl at all! But in windows my HDA codec works 100% fine with latest proprietary Realtek drivers (32bit_Vista_Win7_R267). 3. I checked AIDA64 and found that my HDA codec is placed on PCI-E bus (attanched AIDA64 Screen.png). But all other devices (except 8800GT, certainly) are using PCI bus. So, right now I need some technical help to dig in into this. First of all, I'd like to find answers for these two questions: 1. Is there really any info about my HDA codec in dsdt.dsl file? 2. If not, why it isn't extracted by AIDA64? 3. What to do next? I'm ready for any level of technical difficulties ) Advices are welcome ) acpi_dsdt.zip
  9. Hi, I've installed mountain lion on my Acer Aspire 5920G and nearly everything works perfectly. Two things don't for the moment: ALC268, the codec dump is attached, it shows as an ALC1200 in Ubuntu12.04 Codegraph is printing a failure message and does not convert the linux dump to svg. $./codecgraph codec_dump.txt Codec: Realtek ALC1200 Generating codec_dump.txt.svg Format: "svg" not recognized. Use one of: Now I'm stuck with the sound. The second thing is native battery management. I converted the DSDT entry from ACAD to ADP1 and added the patch from DSDTSE, but it still does not work to show the battery stats. I'll attach the DSDT in original and modified + linux codec_dump.txt + lspci dump .... Maybe someone of you knows best. regards 5920G-ORG.DSL.zip codec_dump.txt.zip DSDT.aml.zip lsdump-n.txt.zip lsdump-nnv.txt.zip lspci-nnvvxxx.txt